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TALL TIMBER THE WORK, MACHINES AND MEN OF THE U.S. FOREST SERIVE
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TALL TIMBER THE WORK, MACHINES AND MEN OF THE U.S. FOREST SERIVE

By Colby, C.B.

New York Coward-McCann 1955. Hard Cover. Near Fine, no dustjacket. Spine of book lightly sunned, top spine of book bumped. Illustrated with photos..

$26.00

THE TRUE BOOK OF TREES

By Podendorf, Illa

Chicago: Childrens Press, 1963. Hard Cover. Fine in a Near Fine, clipped dustjacket. #582 in the publiisher's True Book series.. Illus. by Richard Gates.

$26.00

ASH DRY ASH GREEN

By Cockett, Mary.

NY: Criterion Books, (1968) Hard Cover. FINE in a FINE DUSTJACKET. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Illustrated by Diana Stanley, 64 pages, reinforced cloth. Blend of fact and fiction about a little boy who plants the seed of an ash tree and watches it grow as he does too..

$26.00

A MAPLE TREE BEGINS

By Watson, Aldren.

NY: Viking, (1970) Hard Cover. FIRST EDITION. Illustrated by the author. 32 pages, reinforced cloth. Informal account of the yearly cycle of growth & dormancy which produces annual rings in the sugar maple & of the growth of a maple from seed to flowering adult. FINE in FINE dustjacket..

$26.00

LIVING FOREST
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LIVING FOREST

By McCormick, Jack

NY: Harper & Row, (1959) Illus by Matthew Kalenoff. Published in cooperation with the American Museum of Natural History. 127 pgs, reinforced cloth. Book derived from most comprehensive exhibit of its kind - Hall of North Ame rican Forests. 40 photos & 90 line drawings & diagrams. FINE/lightly frayed dustjacket..

$20.40

THE WORLD OF THE WOODLOT.

By Fegely, Thomas.

NY: Dodd, Mead, (1975) Hard Cover. FIRST EDITION. Photographs by the author. 126 pages, reinforced cloth. The author presents in text & black & white photographs the trees, plants & creatures living in the nations' woodlots. FINE in rubbed dustjacket ..

$26.00

A MAPLE TREE BEGINS

By Watson, Aldren

NY: Viking, 1970 Illus by author. FIRST EDITION. 32 pgs, reinforced cloth. Informal account of the yearly cycle of growth & dormancy of a sugar maple. Illus thru out. FINE in lightly soiled dustjacket..

$26.00

ASH DRY, ASH GREEN

By Cockett, Mary

NY Criterion 1968. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Fine in a near fine, clipped dj. A lovely little story of a city boy who plants an Ash seed. Illustrated by Diane Stanley..

$26.00

STATE TREES

By Earle, Olive L.

NY Morrow, 1960 Illustrated by author. Hard Cover. FINE in a NEAR FINE, Price Clipped Dustjacket. FIRST EDITION. Black and white illustrations by author. .

$26.00

FORESTS ARE FOR PEOPLE The Heritage of our National Forests

By Wood, Frances & Dorothy

NY Dodd, Meade 1971. Fine in a Near Fine dustjacket. First Edition. This review of America's national forests is lavishly illustrated with black & white photos. Dust jacket spine is slightly sun-faded. Illustrated by photos..

$22.00

A WORLD IN A TREE.
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A WORLD IN A TREE.

By Klein, Stanley.

NY: Doubleday, (1968) Hard Cover. FIRST EDITION. Illustrated by Marian Morton. 64 pages, cloth. Story of a single maple tree & the living things that associate themselves with the tree throughout a cycle of seasons. The artwork is lovely. FINE in lightly worn dustjacket..

$30.00

OUR FRIEND THE FOREST A Conservation Story.

By Lauber, Patricia.

NY: Doubleday, (1959) Hard Cover. FIRST EDITION. Illustrated by Anne Marie Jauss. 61 pages, reinforced cloth. The author explains why forests are one of America's greatest resources and communicates the atmosphere of the forest & the lives of the creatures that live there. FINE in FINE dustjacket..

$30.00

A FOREST YEAR.

By Lerner, Carol.

NY: William Morrow, (1987) Illustrated by author. Hard Cover. FINE in a FINE DUSTJACKET. FIRST EDITION. 48 pages, boards. The author explores the lives of the mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians insects & plants commonly found in deciduous forests by each season of the year. Illustrated in color..

$30.00